A special sustainable and organic series produced from resin by Japanese studio ARAS. These pieces are perfect for family households and other environments where tableware is used often as they are very durable. ARAS discovered a manufacturing method that enables them to make modern but sustainable
Made in Situ is a Lisbon-based interior and furniture design studio run by Frenchman, Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance. Burnt Cork is Made in Situ’s second collection of limited-edition pieces consisting of a dining table, two low tables, a dining chair, a lounge chair, a chaise-longue and a stool. Each pi
Sometimes the simple, often overlooked techniques go a long way in to producing authentic works with timeless appeal. Bryan David Griffith explores painting, photography, sculpture and installation work from his base in Arizona. It all comes together to create this fantastic collection of work that&
Textiles have so many fascinating qualities. Of course, the primitive nature of woven material harks back to our tribal nature as humans. You can just picture weaving bark to make a shelter, or constructing blankets for warmth or clothes for protection. There’s also some deeper thoughts surrou
A table lamp is a useful object that can bring beauty to a room. Both the base and shade can feature unique colour and design elements that add a sense of brightness, even when the lamp in not turned on. But it is definitely an overlooked component of any space. Melbourne based textile designer Sara
Henrietta Molinaro is an image-maker with English and Italian roots. Her training as a photographer and graphic designer informs the highly detail-oriented process of creating images using traditional techniques that involve hours of deliberation in the darkroom. Working primarily in cyanotype and s
Jeremy Gardiner is a place-based painter. In 2015 he embarked on “South by Southwest”, an ambitious five-year voyage around the south coast of England to document the land in paintings and drawings. The Sussex Landscapes series was created as a part of this endeavour, developed over many
Nature is so alive with colour, form and texture, it cannot help but inspire us. Artists Johnny and Ashleigh Ninos from Ninos Studio are particularly inspired by movement and the textures found in nature, helping them to craft their collage-like art collection. They use a combination of different ma
From the elaborate curves of certain plants and the detailed patterns on seashells to the soft flow of water, nature’s design offers plenty we can draw from to use in creative processes. German artist, Anna Badur, has always had a fascination with nature and is often using its principles as in
I wanted to highlight this fantastic series titled 'Curv' that consists of a table and chair designed by Swiss-based designer Jörg Boner for German furniture makers Stattmann.
Philipp Dase, a photographer born and raised in Germany, has a talent for capturing rich images of architectural wonders and other sights that can be found in nature.
British ceramic artist Effie Gibson has a keen eye for nature-inspired surfaces, especially these pieces from her 'Mountain Range' series that all reference worn and weathered surfaces.